Paresh Rawal said, “This is because it’s an easy and soft target.”
He further added that Bollywood lacks unity, unlike the South Indian film industry. The actor continued, “Kyunki humare Bollywood walo me unity nhi hai. Agar Bollywood walo me unity ho toh koi kuch nhi kar sakta. Koi aapke theatre pe patthar bhi nahi maar sakta. Koi gunda-gardi bhi nahi kar sakta. Lekin unity honi chahiye jaise South me hai. (That’s because Bollywood doesn’t have unity. If Bollywood had unity, no one would have dared to do anything to them. No one would have pelted stones or vandalized theatres. But there should be unity as there is in the South Indian film industry.)”
The actor-politician further added, “South me aap kisi k khilaaf bol k dikhao. Kisi ki himmat nahi hogi. Toh jo South me hai vo idhar nahi hai. (In the South Indian film industry, you can’t go against anyone. No one has the guts to do that. So, what’s in South it’s lacking in Bollywood.)”
When asked what can be done to bring unity in the industry, Rawal divulged, “Pata nahi jo regional cinema me mindset hota hai vo yahan pe kyun nahi hai. (I don’t know why people in Bollywood don’t have the same mindset as people in regional cinema.)”
No. Bollywood is a joke right now. That's what it is.
With 90% star kids waltzing in as if they have inherited the profession from their parents and deserve to be here whether they are talented or not.
Even South has this, but "somehow", they seem to have more talented nepo kids compared to Bollywood (talking only about the Malayalam industry, I am not aware of the Tamil-Telugu industries).
And audience does reject the ones who are no good down South. Also, South me apne pange kam nahi hote. They have their own crap going on. What is he even talking about?
The Dileep-Bhavna incident is enough to send chills down anyone's spine. Ghatiya log sab jaga hote hai, South ho ya North.
Also, Bollywood should stop remaking films, like yesterday.Edited by Daebak - 3 months ago
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